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    Samuel L. Jackson Taking A Break From Shooting Political Ads To Star In 'Reasonable Doubt'

    One of the hardest working men in showbiz, Samuel L. Jackson, has signed up to star in the indie drama Reasonable Doubt, alongside Dominic Cooper.

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    Review: 'Taken 2' Promises The Same Plate, Less Flavor, Smaller Servings

    There’s diminishing returns, and then there’s “Taken 2,” the next, and probably last installment of the “Taken” franchise. Of course, it’s a piece of a whole, only the latest in the body of work from producer Luc Besson (again sharing screenwriting duties wi...

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    First Ever Chicago Social Change Film Festival This Weekend

    The Chicago International Film Festival, which opens on Oct 11, isn't the only game in town this month for adventurous filmgoers in the Chicagoland area. In fact there's another international film festival also taking place this weekend.

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    Green Day, Christina Perri, Feist, St. Vincent & More Feature On 'Breaking Dawn Pt. 2' Soundtrack

    Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, independent movies used to curate interesting and savvy soundtracks featuring independent, lesser-known artists. Big budget films used to feature fairly predictable top 40 bands, but everyone was still pretty much happy. Then along came the mp3 industry crash...

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    Moussa Touré's 'La Pirogue' Gets A Theatrical Release Date + First Full Trailer

    Moussa Touré's 'La Pirogue' Gets A Theatrical Release Date + First Full Trailer

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    Review: 'V/H/S' A Solidly Delivered Horror Anthology That Brings The Thrills

    When compared to the pristine picture quality of Blu-ray, the VHS format is a decrepit, grungy thing, so how better to make an anthology of grimy spook stories than to embrace that aesthetic all-around, as "V/H/S" does? Made up of six found-footage style segments – few of which actua...

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    Cinedigm Acquires Rights to Jared Moshé's LAFF Western 'Dead Man's Burden'

    Cinedigm Entertainment Group has acquired North American distribution rights to writer-director Jared Moshé’s Western “Dead Man’s Burden.” The company plans a 2013 theatrical release followed by digital, VOD and DVD releases.

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    Sacha Baron Cohen Brings 'The Lesbian' To Paramount

    Headlines write themselves sometimes. And when it's Sacha Baron Cohen and the title of the movie project is "The Lesbian," half the work is pretty much done already.

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    Special Harlem Sneak Preview Of 'Middle Of Nowhere' With Ava DuVernay Friday Oct. 5

    Harlem, and New York filmgoers in general, are in for a treat, because, tomorrrow, Friday, Oct 5, there will be a special advance sneak preview of Ava DuVernay's Middle of Nowhere, with Ms. DuVernay in person.

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    Demian Bichir, 'Game Of Thrones' Star Emilia Clarke & More Join Jude Law In 'Dom Hemingway'

    And just like that, "Dom Hemingway" has rounded out its cast to join Jude Law and "Withnail & I" star Richard E. Grant, and is headed in front of cameras as planned. First announced this spring around the Cannes Film Festival, the ratio of projects unveiled to those actually ...

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